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London Celebrates Turkey’s National Sovereignty and Children's Day with Karagöz and Hacivat Shadow Play
Book Talk & Iftar | Gems and Jewels: The Religions of Pakistan by Dr Amineh Hoti
Anatolia’s Woven Sounds | Coşkun Karademir
Yeşilçam Remakes of Hollywood’s Iconic Films Come to London with Remakesploitation Fest 2022!
Young Scholars: Memoirs of an Exile; An Andalusian historian’s travelogue of Malaga and Salé
Music Beyond Borders: A Guitar & Oud Harmony
Book Signing and Talk with Diana Darke
The Ottoman Empire and the Emergence of its Irish Question: Online Talk with Dr. Murat Şiviloğlu
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London Celebrates Turkey’s National Sovereignty and Children's Day with Karagöz and Hacivat Shadow Play
Yunus Emre Institute London celebrated April 23rd, National Sovereignty and Children's Day in Turkey, with traditional shadow play Karagöz and Hacivat! Tickets were sold out for the exciting event that was enjoyed by children and parents alike!
Book Talk & Iftar | Gems and Jewels: The Religions of Pakistan by Dr Amineh Hoti
Yunus Emre Institute in London was delighted to host a book talk by Dr Amineh Hoti, on her fascinating book, Gems and Jewels: The Religions of Pakistan.
Anatolia’s Woven Sounds | Coşkun Karademir
Notable Turkish musician Coşkun Karademir weaved a tapestry of Turkish cultural heritage during the Anatolia’s Woven Sounds Concert performing Turkish Folk Music on his kopuz at Yunus Emre Institute London.
Yeşilçam Remakes of Hollywood’s Iconic Films Come to London with Remakesploitation Fest 2022!
From Star Wars to Some Like It Hot, Remakesploitation Fest brought the weird and wonderful world of Turkish remakes to London, digitally restored with all-new English subtitles!
Young Scholars: Memoirs of an Exile; An Andalusian historian’s travelogue of Malaga and Salé
Yunus Emre Institute in London was delighted to organise another well-attended Young Scholar Seminar Series talk! This talk on Tuesday 15th March 2022 discussed the “Memoirs of an Exile: An Andalusian historian’s travelogue of Malaga and Salé” with SOAS PhD candidate Ümmügülsüm Kurukol.
Music Beyond Borders: A Guitar & Oud Harmony
Yunus Emre Institute in London hosted a concert taking a fresh look at the interaction between Eastern and Western musical culture, featuring Guitarist Julia Seibert, Oudist Baha Yetkin, and percussionist Muammer Sağlam.
Book Signing and Talk with Diana Darke
Yunus Emre Institute in London, in collaboration with Hurst Publishers, hosted a talk and book signing by Diana Darke, on her fascinating book, Stealing from the Saracens: How Islamic Architecture Shaped Europe
The Ottoman Empire and the Emergence of its Irish Question: Online Talk with Dr. Murat Şiviloğlu
Yunus Emre Institute in London was delighted to present a new and fascinating online talk as part of the Arts & Culture Lecture series with Dr Murat Şiviloğlu on “The Ottoman Empire and the Emergence of its Irish Question” on Thursday 3rd of March at 19:00.
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